Ave A and East 7th St, Manhattan [map]
Open Sundays, year-round
Market Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
The Tompkins Square Greenmarket will be RESCHEDULED for the Easter holiday.
The market will be OPEN on Saturday, April 19th (closed 4/20).
Food scrap collections and textile recycling will be OPEN on Saturday, April 19th (closed 4/20).
EBT/Food Stamps/Debit/Credit, and WIC & FMNP checks accepted.
Located along the southwest corner of the East Village's gathering ground, Tompkins Square Park, this year-round Greenmarket brings local food to the neighborhood every Sunday. Specialty produce, orchard fruit and berries, live plants and flowers, eggs, glass bottled milk, farmstead cheese, meat, baked goods, honey, and maple syrup are all on offer. Catch up with your neighbors, meet the folks who grow and raise your food, and enjoy free seasonal cooking demonstrations and events.
Includes cooking demos, seasonal celebrations, and family friendly activities.
Attending Year Round
B & Y Farms Pork, lamb, poultry, eggs, bison, flowers, yarn, and fleeces from Tioga County, NY
Bread Alone Artisan breads, mostly certified Organic, and pastries from Ulster County, NY
DiPaola Turkeys Turkey and turkey sausage from Mercer County, NJ
Meredith's Bakery Baked goods from Ulster County, NY
Pura Vida Fisheries Wild-caught fish and seafood from Suffolk County, NY
Red Jacket Orchards Orchard and small fruit, juices and preserves from Ontario County, NY
Ronnybrook Farm Dairy Milk, yogurt, butter, and ice cream from Dutchess County, NY
Stannard Farms Vegetables, orchard fruit, plants, and meat from Washington County, NY
Attending Growing Season Only
Acevedo Farm Vegetables, Mexican specialty produce and herbs from Orange County, NY
Norwich Meadows Farm Certified Organic vegetables from Chenango County, NY
Toigo Orchards Orchard fruit from Cumberland County, PA
Attending Winter Only
Rogowski Farm Certified Naturally Grown vegetables from Orange County, NY
Kathleen Crosby is a third year market manager, outreach coordinator, and local food enthusiast. She can also be found this season up on the Eagle Street Rooftop Farm teaching kids about farming, compost, and bees. In her spare time she bikes, dabbles in graphic design, and takes the term "slow food" a bit too literally as she often procrastinates by cooking complicated meals. She is proud to be a part of such an important organization that sustains local, ethical farming practices and improves the health and vitality of our communities.